WO/2016/170556 THREE-DIMENSIONAL DATA GENERATION DEVICE, SYSTEM, SHAPED OBJECT, THREE-DIMENSIONAL DATA GENERATION METHOD, AUTHENTIC PRODUCT SHAPING METHOD, READING METHOD, AND RECORDING MEDIUM||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002145||NEC CORPORATION||SONODA, Kentaro|
The purpose of the present invention is to render, in a reduced area of a shaped product, information indicating an authentic product, so that it is easy to verify the authenticity of the shaped product and it is not possible to remove the information from the shaped product without destroying the product. The three-dimensional data generation device according to the present invention is provided with: an authentic product information conversion means for converting authentic product information, which indicates that a target shaped object obtained by shaping a target object is an authentic product, into authentic product data, which is three-dimensional data indicating the authentic product information; and a synthesis means for generating synthesized data that are three-dimensional data representing a second shaped object obtained by integrating the target shaped object and a first shaped object which is represented by the authentic product data, and which includes a plurality of objects having respective lengths in a predetermined common direction that represent, collectively, the authentic product information.
WO/2016/170557 OPTIMIZATION SYSTEM||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002166||NEC CORPORATION||VIEHWEIDER, Alexander|
A plurality of subsystems (21, 22, 23) have one or more internal states. A plurality of local optimizers (11, 12, 13) control the corresponding subsystems based on the internal states thereof and data exchange due to a coupling between the subsystems, respectively. A mediator (10) monitors outputs (y1, y2, y3) and/or some internal states of the plurality of subsystems (21, 22, 23) and controls operations of the plurality of local optimizers (11, 12, 13) based on the internal states and/or outputs thereof. Each of a first subsystem and a second subsystem is one of the plurality of subsystems (21, 22, 23). A first internal state that is the close to the second subsystem in the first subsystem is affected by a second internal state that is close to the first subsystem in the second subsystem, or the first and second subsystems share a common resource.
WO/2016/170559 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR BANDWIDTH RESERVATION FOR MULTIPLE TREE BASED TRAFFIC ENGINEERING IN CONTENT CENTRIC NETWORKS||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002213||NEC CORPORATION||XU, Ling|
The system according to the present invention relates to multiple tree-based traffic engineering in content-centric networking (CCN) and includes one or more routers, a controller which controls each router, a producer which sends a content in chunks, and a consumer which requests a content. Each router maintains (S11) multiple sets of Forwarding Information Bases (FIBs). Each packet has a tree-set-id field. Each time the tree set changes, the controller gives (S12) a new tree set a unique id, dispatches (S13) the new tree set and the id as a new tree-set-id to all routers. When the router receives an update of the tree set from the controller, the router creates (S14) a new FIB according to the new tree set, and stores (S15) the new tree-set-id as the router's latest-tree-set-id. When the router receives an Interest, the router assigns (S17) the latesttree-set-id to the Interest if the tree-set-id field of the Interest is NULL (S16). When the router receives a packet, the router forwards (S18) the packet to an interface that packet's prefix of FIB corresponding to the packet's tree-set-id matches. When the producer receives an Interest, the producer forms (S20) a chunk with tree-set-id equal to the Interest's tree-set-id, and returns (S20) the chunk to routers. When the consumer receives a chunk and has not yet received all chunks (S21), the consumer forms (S22) an Interest with tree-set-id equal to the chunk's tree-set-id, and sends (S23) out the Interest. Each packet thus carries an ID of the route that it originally uses. Routers forward the packet according to the route ID until the session completes. This enables routers to deliver Interests of each session along the same route - the route on which bandwidth for this session is reserved. A session is used to denote the process that the consumer receives all chunks. Each Interest belongs to one certain session. Each router also maintains a reservation table. When a router receives an Interest, the router tries to reserve bandwidth for this session according to the chunk-rate embedded in the Interest's name. The router maintains this reservation for a period. If the router does not receive the next Interest of this session before a certain deadline, the router releases the reservation.
WO/2016/170560 METHOD FOR MEASURING SCAN CHARACTERISTICS OF OPTICAL SCANNING DEVICE, AND CHART FOR MEASURING SCAN CHARACTERISTICS USED IN SAME||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002239||OLYMPUS CORPORATION||YAMADA, Masashi|
Provided is a method for measuring the scan characteristics of an optical scanning device, with which it is possible to measure the scan characteristics of an actuator. The present invention includes: a step for bringing a chart 11 for measuring scan characteristics into close proximity with the distal-end part 100a of an optical scanning device 100 while an actuator 103 is in a non-driving state, and emitting illumination light; a step for separating the distal-end part 100a and the chart 11 for measuring scan characteristics by a prescribed distance while maintaining the relative orientation therebetween; and a step for adjusting a drive signal of the actuator 103 so that the scanning region of the illumination light on the chart 11 for measuring scan characteristics assumes a desired shape. The scan characteristics, including the deflection angle and/or the field-of-view angle, are measured on the basis of the illumination position of the illumination light on the chart 11 for measuring scan characteristics.
WO/2016/170561 AN INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEM AND AN INFORMATION PROCESSING METHOD FOR SEMANTIC ENRICHMENT OF TEXT||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002242||NEC CORPORATION||ANDRADE SILVA, Daniel Georg|
An information processing system to increase weights of words that are related to a text, but that do not explicitly occur in the text, in a weight vector representing the text, is provided. An adjusting system (100) includes a distance storing unit (110) and an adjusting unit (120). The distance storing unit (110) stores distances between any two terms of a plurality of terms. The distance between two terms becomes smaller as the two terms are semantically more similar. The adjusting unit (120) adjusts a weight of each term of the plurality of terms in a weight vector including weights of the plurality of terms and representing a text, on the basis of a distance between each term and each other term in the weight vector and a weight of eachother term.
WO/2016/170562 COMPOSITION FOR MICROORGANISMS||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002248||PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CO., LTD.||ANDOU, Takuya|
There are cases when a composition for microorganisms is conveyed to a soil purification site, and subsequently left in a field in a conveyance container. However, when the composition for microorganisms is left for several weeks, a phenomenon in which the composition for microorganisms crystallizes in the conveyance container occurs. This composition for microorganisms, which is capable of purging organochlorine compounds in soil and groundwater, is characterized by being formed from: at least one sugar alcohol selected from sorbitol, mannitol, and xylitol; glycerine; a non-ionic surfactant; and water. The composition for microorganisms is further characterized in that the content of the sugar alcohol is less than 6 times that of the glycerine. This composition for microorganisms does not crystallize in a conveyance container, even if left in a field in the conveyance container.
WO/2016/170563 COMPOSITION FOR MICROORGANISMS||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002250||PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CO., LTD.||ANDOU, Takuya|
When injected into the ground in order to impart thixotropy, a composition for microorganisms, which includes glycerine, stearic acid, and calcium carbonate, becomes a gel and does not diffuse in groundwater or the like. Accordingly, excellent sustained release properties can be expected. However, although the effect is scheduled to last for several years, a phenomenon occurs in which the effect dissipates in less than one year. By including glycerine and calcium carbonate, and not including fatty acids, a composition for microorganisms can be provided which exhibits sufficient sustained release properties in practice, and which is capable of purging organochlorine compounds in soil and groundwater.
WO/2016/170558 DIAGNOSTIC DEVICE, DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM, AND DIAGNOSTIC METHOD||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/002189||NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY||KONDO, Michio|
Provided is a diagnostic device capable of diagnosing slow degradation of a solar battery panel over a long period. The diagnostic device (10) is provided with an acquisition unit (15) and a diagnostic unit (16). The acquisition unit (15) acquires electric power data indicating generated electric power generated by the solar battery panel in a measurement period, and diagnostic data indicating diagnostic electric power generated by a diagnostic module during the measurement period. The diagnostic unit (16) uses the diagnostic data to calculate an assumed electric power amount in the measurement period on the assumption that the solar battery panel is not degraded. The diagnostic unit (16) compares a generated electric power amount obtained from the generated electric power indicated by the electric power data with the assumed electric power amount to diagnose solar battery panel degradation.
WO/2016/170564 POLYCARBONATE RESIN COMPOSITION AND MOLDING||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/005452||SUMIKA STYRON POLYCARBONATE LIMITED||KAWAGOSHI, Akihito|
A polycarbonate resin composition containing a polycarbonate resin (A1) having structural units derived from a fluorene-based dihydroxy compound and a phosphorus-based antioxidant (B), the amount of the phosphorus-based antioxidant (B) being 0.02-1.5 parts by weight with respect to 100 parts by weight of the polycarbonate resin (A1); a polycarbonate resin composition containing a polycarbonate resin (A2) having structural units derived from a fluorene-based dihydroxy compound and structural units derived from a dinaphthothiophene compound and a phosphorus-based antioxidant (B), the amount of the phosphorus-based antioxidant (B) being 0.02-1.5 parts by weight with respect to 100 parts by weight of the polycarbonate resin (A2); and moldings obtained therefrom.
WO/2016/170565 UNMANNED FLYING BODY AND CONTROL APPARATUS THEREFOR||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/061918||ADTEX INC.||SATO, Hiroo|
The present invention addresses the problem of providing a control apparatus which allows the cause of equipment failure to be traced and preferably has the function of crash prevention, and an unmanned flying body having the control apparatus. This control apparatus is for controlling a single rotary wing motor, and has a calculation device, a storage device, a data output device, and a voltage detection device. The calculation device obtains and outputs various types of information. The storage device stores the various types of information received from the calculation device. The data output device outputs the information from the calculation device to the outside of the control apparatus. The voltage detection device obtains the voltage information of a battery or the like and supplies the voltage information to the calculation device.